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There Are No Black Bloggers in Harlem or New York City.

NYC, 16.09.2006 16:38

At least judging by the recent photograph of a special "local blogger" event hosted by Bill Clinton.

Liza Sabater writes: "These are the 20 liberal bloggers that just met with Bill Clinton in Harlem. As you can see, not one of them is black or latino. At least to Peter Daou and the DailyKos crowd. Needless to say, I do not know what to make of this." [Read More at Daily Gotham]

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Rogue Valley, 16.09.2006 14:09

April 10, 1979 - March 16, 2003

International Peace Day

September 21, 2006 at 7:00pm

First Presbyterian Church,

Walker Ave. & Siskiyiou Blvd.

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Rachel's Parents

Craig and Cindy Corrie,

are on a speaking tour to tell her story as a way to continue her work by drawing attention to the plight of the Palestinian people.

Mt. Ashland Hike on Venita Varga's 70th B-day

Rogue Valley, 16.09.2006 14:09

September 6, 2006 was my 70th birthday and I choose to accompany a group of 13 people of all ages, led by Eric Navickas, on the proposed Ski Expansion at Mt. Ashland site.

As a long-time peace and environmental activist, I wanted to do something memorable for my 70tht. It was. Many of the younger people with me actually helped, assisted and encouraged me on the splendid, enlightening and incredible trek throughout a five-hour hike with almost no trails at all. Exhausted but happy and proud of our accomplishment, we fourteen parted at EVO's at 5:00 pm where we had met and left at 9:00 am.

I am infinitely greatful to the Universe that our beautiful Mt. Ashland watershed was still there for me to enjoy...may it continue to be there for all our descendants.

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Más noticias

Argentina, 16.09.2006 12:38

Protests Increase in August

Portland, 16.09.2006 08:38

You are probably all aware that Code Pink had a hugely successful "Bring the Troops Home Fast" campaign in DC where many people fasted to bring the troops home "FAST". They were noticed by the Iraqi government officials visiting Washington, DC and even invited to Iraq to propose ideas on how to do just that!

August 6th of course, saw a plethora of demonstrations around the world as it is the anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing: Lockhead Martin, Bechtel, Raytheon, Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab, "events taking place in over 70 cities in 27 states, culminating on August 9th, the anniversary of the Nagasaki bombing, under the banner, "From Hiroshima to Yucca Mountain to the Middle East: No Nukes! No Wars! End War Profiteering! Support Indigenous Rights!" A major focus of the demonstrations was Bechtel Corporation, one of the largest beneficiaries of both the Iraq war and all things nuclear."

Portland IMC Newsletter for Sept. 13, 2006

Portland, 16.09.2006 08:38

Featuring Articles:

Three SHAC7 Defendants Sentenced More to Follow
Daniel McGowan is off house arrest
Gresham officer involved in deadly crash resigns
Military training at Portland Public Schools
5 Years Later: U.S. Government Complicity on 9/11
In Memory of Fouad Kaady
Bicycle rider hit at 34th and Belmont at about 6:45

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Automotive Issues

Portland, 16.09.2006 06:38

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Manifestazione per Federico

Italy, 16.09.2006 05:39

Manifestazione "Verità e Giustizia per Federico Aldrovaldi

Princeton Hacks Diebold

LA, 16.09.2006 05:38

Princeton Report: Security Analysis of the Diebold AccuVote-TS Voting Machine


Italy, 16.09.2006 05:08

Manifestazione "Verità e Giustizia per Federico Aldrovaldi

Isobe Still On Trial

LA, 16.09.2006 03:38

Orange County D.A. Seeks to Prosecute Garden Grove Demonstrator Found Innocent

Stewart Alexander Breaks Down Budget

LA, 16.09.2006 03:38

Candidate Alexander Estimates Real Value of Bonds

SDS to march to UN Sept. 19, demanding students voices be heard

Miami, 16.09.2006 02:07

SDS to march to UN Sept. 19, demanding students voices be heard

NYC S19 Update: We Won! We're Marching! (NYPD reverses decision to deny permit)

Miami, 16.09.2006 01:37

NYC S19 Update: We Won! We're Marching! (NYPD reverses decision to deny permit)

NYC Sept 19: We Are Marching -- Permit or No Permit

Miami, 16.09.2006 01:37

NYC Sept 19: We Are Marching -- Permit or No Permit

Peace events that arent

Houston, 15.09.2006 23:09

Peace Events that Aren't

Border Social Forum Plans Set

Houston, 15.09.2006 23:09

Border Social Forum Plans Set


NYC, 15.09.2006 23:08

In a stunning turn of events, the NYC Police Department has reversed its previous decision to deny us the right to march near the United Nations on Sept. 19th.

Video of Operation W.T.F (Where's the Fence)

San Diego, 15.09.2006 21:08

The Boredom Patrol of the Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army goes to a local home depot in san diego, california, where the Minutemen are trying to keep day laborers from feeding their families.

High quality download (with 2 minutes more footage!)

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Lucha de Piñones

Puerto Rico, 15.09.2006 20:09

¡Defendamos a Piñones!

fasci a viareggio

Italy, 15.09.2006 19:08

Estate nera in Versilia

Fairford 'Disarmers' Trial Ends With 'No Clear Verdict'

Bristol, 15.09.2006 17:38

Retrial To Take Place Next Week Press Release: A judge at Bristol Crown Court has ordered a re-trial in the case of two peace activists charged with damaging military equipment to stop planes taking off. After a day and a half of debate, the jury failed to reach any clear verdict. Paul Milling and Margaret Jones are charged with conspiracy to commit criminal damage after disabling several dozen bomb carrying and fuel vehicles at RAF Fairford in March 2003. They were attempting to hinder take-off of 14 B-52 planes to bomb Iraq at the start of the 2003 invasion. Milling and Jones say this was a bid to delay the planes’ departure for Baghdad and give more people time to flee the city – thus protecting property and helping to prevent war crime. The trial begins next week at the same court, of Phil Pritchard and Toby Olditch, charged with conspiracy to commit criminal damage for trying to reach and disable a B-52 bomber at Fairford. Full Press ReleaseExtra Background: The trial of Margaret Jones and Paul Milling were the first of 3 trials, of 5 defendants, known as the 'Fairford 5'. Paul Milling and Margaret Jones, Josh Richards, Phillip Pritchard and Toby Olditch (left to right) all tried to prevent or delay the take-off of American B-52 bombers from Fairford air force base in Gloucestershire. (Image: The 'Fairford 5' outside the Court Of Appeal in June 2004, as part of their attempt to have the right to argue that the Iraq war is illegal recognised as part of their defence. In April 2006, this defence was denied by the House Of Lords. They said - the crime of attacking another nation is a crime in international law, but cannot be said to be part of British domestic law. Read More)Press Release: Re-Trial Ordered In Case Of Fairford DefendantsContribute An Article - How To Contribute Articles - A Brief Guide

Miami Critial Mass Rike Ride S9: Divided We Stand

Miami, 15.09.2006 17:37

Miami Critial Mass Rike Ride S9: Divided We Stand

Zimbabweans in Leeds to demonstrate against forced deportation

United Kingdom, 15.09.2006 17:08

Zimbabweans from across Leeds and the region will join forces with campaigners this Saturday to demonstrate against the resumption of deportations of refused asylum seekers back to Mugabe's regime in Zimbabwe. The protest, called by the Zimbabwe Refugee Community Organisation starts outside Leeds Central Library, Headrow at 12pm, and has the backing of the Refugee Council (Yorkshire and Humberside), campaign group Leeds No Borders, trade unionists, local MPs and asylum seekers from other countries.

The demonstration has been called following a legal ruling in August that 'refused' asylum seekers no longer automatically face persecution if returned to Zimbabwe - despite the UK government's own very public condemnation of human rights abuses by the Mugagbe regime. These Zimbabweans now face the possibility of imminent deportation. Only last Wednesday in Zimbabwe, the country's main trade union leader was arrested by police for attempting to hold a demonstration which the government had earlier banned. Wellington Chibebe was beaten with batons and rifle butts as the police arrested him and 15 others. Zimbabweans are not alone - the Home Office has recently stepped up its efforts to forcibly remove asylum seekers en masse back to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Read: Demo call out | Report of Original Ruling, October 2005 | Recent legal ruling, August 2006, & Report | Refugee Council briefing</> | Zimbabwe Situation | Amnesty International Country Overview | Satellite images of Mugabe's community destruction scheme

Links: Coalition to Stop Deportations to Iraq | International Federation of Iraqi Refugees | National Coalition of Anti- Deportation Campaigns | Noborders UK communication channels | No Borders | Asylum | Barbed Wire Britain | Peter Tatchell

Sgombero del S. Michele

Italy, 15.09.2006 13:39

L'immigrazione disintegrata

Missione Improbabile

Italy, 15.09.2006 12:39

In un secolo dove la guerra è di moda si sentiva la mancanza della mimetica "Made in Italy"

Advocates Brave Rain for Affordable Housing

Philadelphia, 15.09.2006 12:38

Missione Improbabile

Italy, 15.09.2006 12:10

In un secolo dove la guerra è di moda si sentiva la mancanza della mimetica "Made in Italy".

Sgombero del S. Michele

Italy, 15.09.2006 11:09

L'immigrazione disintegrata

Sgombero del S. Michele

Italy, 15.09.2006 10:39

L'immigrazione disintegrata

Erfolgreicher Schlag gegen die Privatsphäre

Germany, 15.09.2006 10:39

Offenbar verlieren die deutschen Strafverfolgungsbehörden inzwischen auch den letzten Hauch von Rücksicht auf die Privatsphäre von Internetnutzern. Gestern beschlagnahmte die Polizei auf Anweisung der Staatsanwaltschaft Konstanz bundesweit bei sieben Internet-Server-Hosting-Providern mehr als zehn dedizierte Mietserver oder Teile davon, was deren weiteren Betrieb vorübergehend oder immer noch unmöglich macht. Und das, obwohl den Strafverfolgern vorab schon bekannt war, dass die beschlagnahmten Anonymisierungsserver keineswegs zur Sammlung von Indizien oder Beweisen taugen.

UC Berkeley Custodians Protest Low Wages and Doubling of Workload

San Francisco Bay Area, 15.09.2006 08:09

On Thursday, September 14th, 2006 around 3:30 pm, about 100 UC Berkeley custodians and their supporters protested on campus to demand a living wage and an end to the doubling of their workload. Demonstrators marched from Lower Sproul Hall to California Hall to voice their frustration. The marchers rallied in front of California Hall, where they delivered approximately 30 custodians' applications for the new Vice Chancellor for Equity position. Report with Photos

ai memo to gma

QC, 15.09.2006 06:39

Philippines: Towards Ensuring Justice and Ending Political Killings

Por la educación pública

Argentina, 15.09.2006 05:08

30 Años después, la lucha continúa

Greg Pallast Charged with Journalism

Portland, 15.09.2006 05:08

It's true. It's weird. It's nuts. The Department of Homeland Security, after a five-year hunt for Osama, has finally brought charges against ... Greg Palast. I kid you not. Send your cakes with files to the Air America wing at Guantanamo. Though not just yet. Fatherland Security has informed me that television producer Matt Pascarella and I have been charged with unauthorized filming of a "critical national security structure" in Louisiana.

UPDATE --> on Sept 14 2006: from Greg Pallast website (( )) (quote) Forget the orange suit. Exxon Mobil Corporation, which admits it was behind the criminal complaint brought by Homeland Security against me and television producer Matt Pascarella, has informed me that the oil company will no longer push charges that Pascarella and I threatened "critical infrastructure." [ Read More ] [ Palast Charged with Journalism in the First Degree | | ]

Por la educación pública

Argentina, 15.09.2006 04:38

30 Años después, la lucha continúa

Gilchrist Book Signing to be protested in Thousand Oaks

LA, 15.09.2006 04:38

Gilchrist Book Signing to be protested in Thousand Oaks

[Prisons] Just a Mother's Curiosity

Portland, 15.09.2006 04:15

The California Department of Corrections and rehabilitation is conducting a survey to determine how many inmates would be interested in transferring to facilities outside of California. My son is serving a 25 to life prison term in Delano, CA. He just sent me the notice of the survey and has askied me to check out some of the other prisons and see what they have to offer... He has been in prison for 4 years now and but I still don't understand the way they are run. Comments:

I will forward your question on to a friend of mine who might have some answers. In the meantime, I think we all need to be thinking about how to make prisons better, or nonexistent. I don't know, sometimes I think there are reasons to remove people from general society, if they are dangerous or something. You know, like child killers and rapists. But the criminal justice system is so completely flawed that it's not fair ... (Drug use, for example, is a public health issue not a crinimal issue. Theft is a class issue, not a criminal issue. And all the green scare people are political prisoners, not criminals.)

One concern should be whether they are talking about moving folks to private detention facilities. It seems very likely that would be the case, since moving people to other state-run prisons would just shift the "burden", and most state-run prisons are over-full. Private prisons are hell, from every account I've ever heard. They are profitable due mostly to slave labor of the inamtes, moreso than at state or federal facilities. They are usually very remote, which makes visitation hard. They have ridiculous phone contracts that make phone calls too expensive for most people to afford. I would do some serious checking, and if they are talking about private prisons, I would be VERY concerned. [ Read More ]
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Ecoanarchists help reclaim southcentral farm

LA, 15.09.2006 03:38

Ecoanarchists help reclaim southcentral farm

Peace Walk OKC 9/21/06 &quot;Day for World Peace&quot;

Oklahoma, 15.09.2006 03:38

Thursday, Sept.21 is the "International Day of Peace" endorsed five years ago at the United Nations. This Oklahoma City PEACE WALK will be one of many hundreds of events calling for peace around the world. 1871Thursday, Sept.21 is the "International Day of Peace" endorsed five years ago at the United Nations. This Oklahoma City PEACE WALK will be one of many hundreds of events calling for peace around the world. Thursday, Sept.21 is the "International Day of Peace" endorsed five years ago at the United Nations. This Oklahoma City PEACE WALK will be one of many hundreds of events calling for peace around the world. WALK with THE PEACE MAJORITY (The vast majority of Americans believe the war in Iraq was a mistake, and a clear majority now supports a timetable for withdrawal of US forces.) SIGN: "The Declaration for Peace in Iraq" WALK: "The Spiritual Walk for Peace" WHEN: Thursday evening, September 21 7 pm - Gather at Episcopal Center, NW 9th & Robinson After music and brief comments about the International Day of Peace events -- linking us to peace events around the world -- we will walk with the "Spiritual Walk for Peace"banner, in reverential silence and encircling the Murrah National Memorial, returning to the Episcopal Center (less than a mile.) Sponsored or endorsed by Spiritual Walk for Peace, the Peace House, Oklahoma Committee for Conscientious Objectors, Veterans For Peace, Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Catholic Peace Fellowship, Episcopal Peace & Justice Commission, AntiWarFair Coalition, Joy Mennonite Church, Mayflower Congregational Church, Church of the Open Arms UCC, and others inadvertently omitted, or still coming on board.

Comunidades tradicionais são perseguidas no litoral paranaense

Brasil, 15.09.2006 02:38


Okie Blogger Round-up

Oklahoma, 15.09.2006 02:37

Diverse bloggers of Oklahoma are getting together to share, learn and celebrate the medium. REPLACE THIS TEXT WITH HTML TO APPEAR ON FRONT PAGE Diverse bloggers of Oklahoma are getting together to share, learn and celebrate the medium. Sept. 23, 2006 Bricktown Central Plaza Hotel 2001 E. Reno Ave, Oklahoma City 11:30 AM – Registration & Sign-in - Attendance to the Okie Blogger Round-up is limited. Reservations can be made here using PayPal or by check. Prices are $20 per person in advance or $25 the day of the Round-up. More information on the registration page. Sandwiches to be offered for sale. 12:30 PM – Welcome and orientation Workshops - 1 PM – Introduction to blogging is aimed at beginning bloggers covering software, hosting, terminology and basic HTML. This workshop will have a limited number of seats open to the public. 3 PM – Advanced blogging will cover writing and photo editing tools, podcasting, layout and design, plugins, syndication, troubleshooting, legalities, and more. _______________ 4:30 PM – Break for Dinner – A chance to sample the variety of eateries in booming Bricktown. Local dining guide and discount coupons available. _______________ 7:30 PM – 2006 Okie Blog Awards recognizing blogs voted the best in each of 12 categories by fellow Oklahoma bloggers. 8 PM – Party (casual dress) in the ballroom. Performance by folk singer, songwriter and Shawnee blogger Tim Sean Youmans. Dance music by Thunderbird DJ. Drawings for door prizes. 11 PM – Mozartballs screening.

Air Force Secretary Suggests Testing Microwave Weapons on the American Public

Miami, 15.09.2006 01:37

Air Force Secretary Suggests Testing Microwave Weapons on the American Public

Big Business and Climate Change

Melbourne, 15.09.2006 01:09

Subsidising Alcoa to Generate Climate Change

Local VfP Member Urges Portland City Council to Pass Impeachment Resolution

Portland, 15.09.2006 00:08

Vietnam veteran Mike Hastie, former vice president of Portland's Veterans for Peace organization and VfP activist, urged the Portland City Council to pass an impeachment resolution at the public portion of Wednesday morning's council meeting. The national VfP organization has twice (2003, 2005) voted to impeach Bush and Cheney, et al., , most recently for violations of the military portions of the Sixth Amendment.
Hastie's testimony cited the consequences of the Iraq war from parallels to the Vietnam war. The VfP's national position is that the Iraq war is illegal. In the allotted three minutes, he used experiences as a medic in Vietnam and statements by Iraq returnees to support his statements about the negative impact on the military in both conflicts in terms of tactical, physical, and mental results.
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About your &quot;responsibility&quot; to take certain drugs

Portland, 14.09.2006 22:38

You have seen them. The ads for drugs targeting depression, anxiety, herpes, arthritis, and all the others where you are made to believe that your illness is inconveniencing others. How dare you continue to suffer from this, and subject others to it, when all you need is this very expensive drug full of disconcerting side effects? "Who does depression hurt," we are asked. Then we are shown a sobering array of dark, suffering individuals who are paying for your sin, the sin of depression. Everyone from your spouse to your children to yes, even your dog. "Haven't you thought about THEM" reads the unspoken subtext. "You might not think you need medication, but how could you be so inconsiderate toward THEM?"
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UFPJ: We Are Marching -- Permit or No Permit

NYC, 14.09.2006 21:38

On Tuesday, Sept. 19, President Bush will be speaking at the United Nations as part of an election-year public-relations push on his disastrous Iraq War. The New York City Police Department has refused to grant a permit to United for Peace and Justice to march anywhere near the United Nations. Based on feedback from our member groups and supporters, we have come to a decision: We are marching anyway. Permit or no permit, we will stand up against this immoral war and for our right to dissent.

Bush-Cheney Hit with “Mock” Guilty Verdicts for War Crimes

DC, 14.09.2006 20:09

It was appropriate that the “Guilty” verdicts against the Bush-Cheney Gang for committing war crimes and crimes against humanity were announced at “Camp Democracy,” on the National Mall. On Sept. 13, 2006, Ann Wright, an ex-U.S. diplomat, read the “mock” verdicts. She was also one of the five jurists who heard the evidence compiled by the Bush Crimes Commission.

Drink and A Country Town in Modern Ireland.

Ireland, 14.09.2006 20:09

" How many of us can put our hands up and say we a ...


Colombia, 14.09.2006 20:08


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